Week Twenty-Six Portal of Peace for Asian Islands

This week we shift our attention to the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands off the northeast tip of Taiwan. These small, seemingly insignificant islands have been the cause of tension between Japan and China for generations. This dispute over ownership threatens the stability of the entire area that includes the Korean Peninsula and all of Japan.

Legions of Angels, multitudes of Galactics and Inter-Galactics,  the Seraphim and Cherubim have answered the call.

Now we humans must bring our Light to this part of our world and join in partnership with  those in the Higher Realms to heal this conflict once and for all time and eternity.

WE ARE NOT TO TAKE SIDES IN THIS CONFLICT.

We are to bring our Light and Love, our impartial, unbiased Silent Witness, and our Compassion to this situation.

Most of all, we bring our conscious awareness, our willingness to allow our Human vessel to become a Bridge of Light between Heaven and Earth.

Comment added May 30, 2014: Please see Mr. Juhyun Kim’s letter to me posted below in the comments section. He has brought me the information that what is referred to on the map below as the Sea of Japan, has been known as The East Sea for a couple of thousand years. I cannot change the name on the map but I have added this name to the text below.

HERE WE GO.

Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands off the Northeastern Tip of Taiwan

 

Allow your HEART to take in the geographic area from Taiwan to the northern most Islands of Japan. Include the area of the Korean Peninsula, the Yellow Sea, the East Sea/Sea of Japan and the numerous islands within this area.

Allow your HEART to guide you to a place along the geographic border of any of the countries that lie within this area.

See yourself as a GIGANTIC Pillar of Light standing in that place on the border that your HEART has chosen.

KNOW that you are well-protected by the Mighty Ones who serve with us in Divine Partnership.

See your Pillar of Light EXPANDING even more.

SEE IT JOINING WITH ALL THE OTHER PILLARS OF LIGHT FORMING ONE UNIFIED COLUMN OF LIGHT THAT ENCOMPASSES THE ENTIRE AREA.

Our Divine Partners are stabilizing and holding open this magnificent Portal of Peace throughout this entire area.

NOW — FEEL THIS MAGNIFICENT LIGHT FIELD AS UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.

SEE IT COLORED WITH SOFT PINK AND SILVER ENERGY.

SEND YOUR COMPASSION INTO THIS FIELD.

SEE ITS BRILLIANCE AND LIGHT INCREASE AS YOU DO THIS.

BEAR WITNESS TO THIS LOVING PRESENCE PERMEATING THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF ALL BEINGS IN THIS AREA.

HOLD THIS IMAGE IN YOUR HEART UNTIL THIS SITUATION RESOLVES IN LASTING PEACE.

 

SO BE IT AND SO IT IS

 

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2 thoughts on “Week Twenty-Six Portal of Peace for Asian Islands

  1. Alia’s Comment: I am posting a letter I received on May 18, 2014 from Mr. Juhyun Kim of the Republic of Korea. As this was new information to me, I thought his own words would speak better than mine. No offense was intended by the use of Sea of Japan. It seems that Mr. Kim is part of a movement of people in his country to correct this mis-information about the name of this geographical body of water. I thank you for bringing this to our attention so we can be more aware of our planetary history. It is these kinds of issues that become the very tensions that this post is addressing.

    Dear New Earth Paradigm

    With my deepest respect and gratitude, I take it as a great honor to write to you. It was very interesting and helpful to get some information from your articles. I am Juhyun Kim, and am proud to introduce myself to be one of the people of the Republic of Korea and a student of Hana Academy Seoul.

    I also work as an active member of the Dokdo Cyber Press, a non-governmental and voluntary organization with the mandate to provide correct information about Korea to the international community, including textbook publishers.

    I am writing to you as I have important suggestions to make in regards to your map in the post titled the “Week Twenty-Six Portal of Peace for Asian Islands” (https://newearthparadigm.wordpress.com/tag/japanchina-dispute-over-senkakudiaoyu-islands/)

    To my great surprise, I found out that the article have wrongly named “East Sea” as the “Sea of Japan.”
    The name of the sea between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese archipelago, currently named as the “Sea of Japan” in your company’s article, should be corrected to the “East Sea.” because when there is a sea between two countries, country on the western side should decide its name following international customs. Since Japan got higher power during World War II, Japan just named the sea between Korea and Japan ‘Sea of Japan’ and international society just accepted it. At that time, Korea was a colony of Japan, so Korea didn’t have power to claiming something against Japan in the international society. It was our right to name the sea between Korea and Japan, but that right was taken when we didn’t have power to get it back. So, in recent days many Koreans include me try hard to get our rights back. We are working on correcting the names such as ‘Takeshima’ and ‘Sea of Japan’ as well as speak the truth about military slavery by Japan. I understand that you won’t want to be involved in political matters, this is not a political matter. It’s just a certain fact that cannot change. Both Korea and Japan agnized the sea between two countries as “East Sea” since ancient times and many historical reports supports our allegation. “East Sea” is so beloved by Koreans that our national anthem starts with a word, “East Sea”. (The first syllable of our national anthem is “East Sea and Paektu Mountain”)

    As a Korean who is fully aware of how this sea is enthusiastically beloved by our people, I could not help but write to your company.

    I humbly ask for your company to seriously consider the issue of changing “Sea Of Japan” to the “East Sea”. Please visit the website (http://dokdo.mofat.go.kr) for more specific information on geographical designations. The website offers texts that is written in English or other languages as well.

    Thank you for reading this long letter.

    Yours sincerely,
    Juhyun Kim

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